As multiple #TaylorSwiftDelivery-emblazoned UPS trucks near my apartment have reminded me on a daily basis, Taylor Swift's new album Reputation will begin its existence this Friday. Do with that information what you will. And while the old Taylor can't come to the phone right now, whoever runs her Instagram apparently can. Tuesday, the operator of @taylorswift unveiled the final Reputation tracklist, featuring one super slimey collab.


3 days until #reputation

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Yes, for a mysterious new track entitled "End Game," Swift has indeed enlisted Mr. Bread Sneerin' and Future. The track is the only one with credited features on Swift's 15-track Reputation, her first album since 2014's 1989.


Though we basically know absolutely nothing about "End Game," now's as good a time as any to absolutely lose our shit about a Future x Swift pairing. Join us.

In my humble and not-at-all-valuable opinion, I'll be fine with this collab as long as it matches Future's underrated 2013 single "Real and True" featuring Miley Cyrus and Mr. Hudson. Lest we forget:

Thus far, Swift has teased Reputation with the release of "Look What You Made Me Do," "Ready for It," "Gorgeous," and most recently "Call It What You Want." The album drops Friday, but don't expect it to immediately pop up on your preferred streaming service.